Tuesday, April 26, 2011

New Airport parking --- sneak preview

Join us on a tour of Long Beach Airport's new garage structure. In under one year, former surface parking lots B and C have been transformed into a five story garage for capacity of nearly 2000 cars.  The new garage is within easy walking distance of the main terminal and airport businesses.  Within the next few months, landscaping will be completed to include a park with views of the terminal.  The garage will open in mid-Summer for improved traveler convenience.











15 comments:

  1. Wow, what a huge airport garage! Glad to know that Long Beach Airport is making extra efforts to ensure the security and comfort of their travelers. Everyone knows how finding parking spaces really stresses out passengers before their flight. I think that affects not just the passengers, but also the staff at the airport because they will be dealing with grouchy customers. I really think this new garage will improve the service of Long Beach Airport.
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